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Incidence of Rota Viral Infection in Younger than 2 Years Age Along With Its Diagnostic and Preventive Options

Humaira - Zafar, Kiran Tauseef Bukhari, Nouman - Noor, Noor Khan Lakhnana, Sadaf - Humayoun.

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Background: Like many regions of the world, Pakistan harbors the great burden of diarrheal illnesses under the age of 2 years, resulting in high mortality rates. Delima is the lack of awareness regarding the appropriate diagnostic, management and preventive options. The current review article will shed light on the statistics of Rotaviral infection, its diagnosis, management, and preventive option.
Conclusion: Rotaviral infection is amongst the leading causes of gastroenteritis in the age group of

Key words: Rotaviral infection, Diarrhea, ELISA diagnosis, Rotaviral vaccine


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